Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging

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The future of electric vehicle charging is wireless.

Qualcomm Halo™ Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) is highly  efficient, convenient and easy-to-use wireless charging technology for charging Electric Vehicles (EV). Drivers of Halo vehicles  simply park and charge without the need for plug-in cables or adaptors. The technology for Halo vehicles has been developed over many years. Working  closely with the automotive industry, the technology  uses resonant magnetic induction to transfer energy  wirelessly, from a ground-based pad to a pad integrated in the vehicle.

A complete systems design approach.

Qualcomm Halo Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) technology was developed using a systems design approach. Our engineers generate practical solutions to technical challenges across the entire WEVC system, including  power conversion, tuning, wireless power transfer, magnetics, control, communications and safety systems. 

 

Qualcomm Halo Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) technology enables license partners to design and build a WEVC system that meets automotive manufacturer requirements, regardless of coil architecture. Our comprehensive technology—a  wireless power transfer process— aims to enhance the ability of Tier 1 licensees to develop commercially and technically viable WEVC systems and supports the future design of improved WEVC systems.

Quick and efficient wireless charging technology

Quick charging with high power WEVC, supporting wireless power transfers at 3.7 kW, 7.4 kW, 11 kW and 22 kW with a single primary base pad and wireless power transfer efficiency of 90%+.

Convenient

Offers drivers of WEVC enabled vehicles the potential to charge at wireless charging stations at home, at work, in public and eventually even while driving with dynamic charging – the ability to charge while driving.

Forward thinking

Our advanced roadmap delivers incremental product improvements as well as new wireless charging technology to support standardized and interoperable technology suitable for stationary charging, and eventually, dynamic charging.

Experience

We have extensive resources and competencies in key areas across the automotive value chain, and experience in the deployment of novel technologies involving complex ecosystems.

Collaborative approach

Our ongoing collaboration with automotive partners ensures fit-for-purpose, relevant technology. Our collaborative engineering approach covers system design, testing and simulation, along with vehicle integration.

Compliant solutions

We have strong standards and regulatory experience and expertise in delivering compliant engineering solutions, including safety systems such as Foreign Object Detection (FOD) and Living Object Protection (LOP).

Automotive heritage

For more than nearly three decades the automotive industry has trusted us to deliver innovative automotive solutions. We are working to develop technologies that will help automotive manufacturers create vehicles that are safer, cleaner, more connected and autonomous. Qualcomm Incorporated collaborates closely with the University of Auckland, leveraging a 20-year heritage of WEVC innovation. The University is an acknowledged pioneer and leader in inductive power transfer. 

From race to road

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) is an Official Founding and Technology Partner of FIA Formula E Championship. As a leader in wireless technology, QTI is enabling Formula E in their quest to incorporate exciting new and innovative technologies into the race series. Qualcomm Halo WEVC systems are integrated into the Official Qualcomm Safety Cars. Empowering these key support vehicles to be charged wirelessly ensures they remain fully charged at all times, ready to be rapidly deployed in case of an emergency.

Learn more about Qualcomm Halo™ WEVC technology.

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